MIT’s Center for Transportation & Logistics hosting special Crossroads conference

JB Hunt’s Shelley Simpson, Procter & Gamble’s Jon Moeller among top industry speakers

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Shelley Simpson, president of transportation and logistics company J.B. Hunt, and Jon Moeller, CEO of the Procter & Gamble Company will join leading supply chain executives as part of the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics (CTL) Crossroads conference.

This year’s CTL Crossroads conference will take place on Tuesday, March 28 and feature a full day of intimate, fireside-chat style discussions. The event is also part of CLT’s 50th anniversary celebrations.

Registration for the limited-capacity event is taking place. MIT CTL Supply Chain Exchange partners and their invited guests can reach out to [email protected] for a partner registration code. Registration is $995 for non-partners, but CTL has extended a special offer of $100 tickets to Supply Chain Management Review readers using the promo code XR100 when registering.

Click this link to register. The event begins at 8 a.m. ET.

In each discussion, the focus will be on understanding the current supply chain climate and dynamics, as well as taking a look to the future and discussing leading-edge innovations in the field.

In addition to Simpson and Moeller, speakers scheduled to appear include Meri Stevens, worldwide vice president of the consumer health supply chain for Johnson & Johnson, Lynn Torrel, chief supply chain officer of Flex, Dr. Raquel Urtasun, founder and CEO of Waabi, and Professor Yossi Sheffi, director of the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics.

A box lunch will be provided.

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